One of the objectives of Deusto undergraduate studies is to design and regulate the learning spaces in the different dimensions covered by the topics of gender equality, equity and respect of human rights, shaping citizenship education values. At the macro level, these studies target the development of competences focused on the promotion of a more egalitarian and inclusive education between girls and boys, to overcome stereotypes, to promote democratic values education and the respect of the environment and universal accessibility. These subjects are developed in a transversal manner in numerous Undergraduate Degree Programmes, such as in Social Sciences, Ethics and Professional Ethics, Language and Communication skills, Language and Literature, Foreign Language studies.
Relevant Bachelor Degrees
- Humanities, including a course on gender issues
The main aim of this course is to provide students with a critical framework for thinking gender identity as an integral component of the human condition that pervades both the real and symbolic orders of social life, and intersects with other social and cultural identities such as race, class, nationality or religion.
- Modern Languages and Management, including a course on gender issues
- Physical Activity and Sports Sciences + Primary Education
- Physical Activity and Sports Sciences
- Primary Education. Concentrations in Foreign Language: English and Therapeutic Pedagogy
- Primary Education. Concentrations in Hearing and Speech Sciences and Physical Education
- Social Education
- Social Education + Social Work
- Social Work, a discrimination and gender violence course
Discrimination and gender violence are the first problems of social nature where there is social intervention. This course applies a new methodology for approaching and understanding the social reality that significantly impacts the gender perspective. The course is structured in five units: Gender: a Social Construction; The Gender Perspective in the Analysis of the Social Reality; Gender and Social Exclusion; Discrimination and Public Policies for Gender Equality; Gender Violence.